About the CCL
We design software
that enables our collaborators
to easily harness large scale distributed systems
such as clusters, clouds, and grids. We perform fundamental computer science research
that enables new discoveries through computing in fields such as physics, chemistry, bioinformatics, biometrics, and data mining.
The 2016 CCL Workshop on Scalable Scientific Computing was held on October 19-20 at the University of Notre Dame. We offered tutorials on Makeflow, Work Queue, and Parrot. and gave highlights of the many new capabilities relating to reproducibility and container technologies. Our user community gave presentations describing how these technologies are used to accelerate discovery in genomics, high energy physics, molecular dynamics, and more.
Everyone got together to share a meal, solve problems, and generate new ideas. Thanks to everyone who participated, and see you next year!